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Re: Feaping Creature-ism in core Debian Packages

"Mr. Christopher F. Miller" <cfm@maine.com> writes:

(I've seen the lpq suggestion. I realise that it solves your problem.)

> Perl may or may not be inevitable, but what about this in
> /etc/init.d/lprng?
> test -f $DAEMON -a -d /usr/doc/lprng || exit 0
> Why should the operation of a daemon depend on its
> documentation?

General question: Is a program required to work even when some files
of a package were deleted?

Why do you believe to be allowed to remove /usr/doc/lprng ? What about
deleting lpq or lpd too?

Sven Rudolph <sr1@sax.de>		http://www.sax.de/~sr1/

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